Teenage Flight Training Can Turn into a Career

Throughout the last few years, while many industries have been showing less availability for positions for recent graduates, the aviation industry has been seeing something quite different. There is a large hiring need for certified flight instructors, pilots, and co-pilots. Having experience in teenage flight training, Aero-Sphere will be attending the Erie High School Aviation [...]

December 21st, 2016|

Multi-Engine Rating: Now at Aero-Sphere

Getting a Multi-Engine rating opens the gates to new and exciting side of aviation.  In general, high-performance and long-range aircraft have more than one engine. This rating gives you the knowledge necessary to safely and effectively control a multiple engine aircraft with retractable gear.   We at Aero-Sphere Inc, are happy to say that we [...]

December 15th, 2016|

Flying in Winter: What You Need to Know

If you’re in Colorado where we are, then you know that we see ol’ man winter every year. In general aviation, winter means something different than to the commercial operators. When the storm arrives, it typically mean were grounded and our planes stay locked up in hangars. Here at our Colorado flight school, we keep [...]

December 14th, 2016|

What You Should Know For Your Student Pilot’s Certificate

As of April 1, 2016 a new rule by the FAA which changes the way student pilots are issued their pilot certificates. No longer will a student pilot get their certificate from an Aviation Medical Examiner, but will instead apply either through a FAA-designated pilot examiner, a CFI, an airman certification representative associated with a Part 141 flight [...]

October 28th, 2016|

FAA Offers Incentive to Equip Aircraft with ADS-B

Whats the incentive? U.S. Transportation announced a $500 rebate incentive for General Aviation (GA) aircraft owners who equip their aircraft with required avionics technology.  Accelerating compliance is critical to ensuring that pilots, manufacturers, and retail facilities have adequate time and capacity to equip aircraft in a timely and efficient manner, ahead of a 2020 regulatory deadline. What [...]

October 21st, 2016|

Taking the Leap with One-on-One Flight Training

At Aero-Sphere, we believe in sharing the enthusiasm of flying with those that we love. Recently, Rick, one of our trainees, shared with us how he was able to spread his passion for flying with a little one-on-one flight training. Rick has been flying for over 10 years and chose Aero-Sphere as his go to flight [...]

August 1st, 2016|

5 Tips for Maximizing Your Flight Training Costs

Flight training costs are something that is often quietly acknowledged but rarely openly discussed. If you ask me, I think the main reason for this is not that flight training costs are high, but rather that there are so many variables that factor into accurately assessing how much a given individual will spend toward their training. [...]

April 16th, 2016|